Friday, April 02, 2010

Helena Guergis: Redacted

The Harper government was having too many problems with Ms. Helena Guergis. Such as her blow up at a P.E.I airport. More recently her staff got caught writing letters to the editor in the media profusely praising Ms. Guergis without telling the media that they were working for Ms. Guergis. Cabinet discussed the issue and consulted with her husband Rahim Jaffer and came up with a solution that from now on Ms. Guergis will wear veil/burqa. Less the opposition sees her fewer the questions; and she can do things in public without being identified. Instead of veil, cabinet decided to call it redaction.

You see, the Harper government has a lot of experience doing redactions. Remember all those documents about detainees and torture in Afghanistan?

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  1. LOL - Excellent!!!

  2. In my opinion this is the funniest one you've ever done. This should be in every editorial section of every newspaper. Nice work.

  3. Penlan, Scott and ft Jesus, thank you. I am glad you like the picture.

    Scott, you're very generous with your compliments. However, I do feel that Harper government should be exposed for its secrecy and how it frequently covers up uncomfortable truths. Harper promised an open government, however, it is anything but open